The Cyberspace Railroad - Forging a Path to Liberty and Justice 20170322

March 22, 2017

This week your Cyberspace Railroad host, attorney Bryan Bullock, kicked off a multi-part series titled "The Police State". Part One, a Black Perspective.  Get ready for a one-word response:  Wow!  Defining a police state by its trappings of hyper surveillance, militarized police, agent provocateurs, and the like . . . Bullock makes the point that these phenomena have always been part of the Black experience in America.  And their goal far exceeds the suppression of civil liberties that all who are the target of a police state experience.  For African Americans, it is Black consciousness, self-protection, self-love, empowerment, prosperity, and even survival that is oppressed.  The Police State for Blacks is about life and death.

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Your Extended Family - Working on Pro-family Family Courts 20170315

March 15, 2017

Welcome back to Your Extended Family -- Working On Pro-family Family Courts. This week your co-hosts Stephen Krasner and Zena Crenshaw-Logal consider the price our society pays when money fuels the U.S. Family Court Industrial Complex. Is it simply illogical for U.S. family courts to be a money-driven adversarial system? Tune in for answers to that tremendously important question!  And don't forget to comment, share, and like!

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Stephen also "follows the money" on Huffington Post: https://goo.gl/D2T44W

 

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Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 20170301

March 1, 2017

This week your Change of Venue, co-hosts attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal* and Dr. Andrew D. Jackson, talked politics with a focus on political organizing and political power with regard to the U.S. legal system and particularly the judiciary.   “What would it take for a substantial number of grassroots U.S. legal system reform advocates to go MADD for political power?” That’s M-A-D-D, mad.  The reference was metaphorical to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. That group is our symbol of effective political organizing by average Americans.

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